Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi responds to a congressman who says members "can't afford to live decently" in DC.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi discusses the possibility of being Speaker again and her role as a woman in the public eye saying, "I never expected anything but a double standard."
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Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is feeling pumped up about the seven million plus Americans that the White House says signed up for the Affordable Care Act. She slammed former Obama White House spokesman Robert Gibbs’ questioning of whether the employer mandate will survive any tweaks in the ACA’s final implementation.
“I don't know who his clients are or what his perspective is,” Pelosi says about Gibbs in an exclusive interview with Candy Crowley.
House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-California) says democrats need to raise money to win elections so they can limit the role of money in politics.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) celebrates the Affordable Care Act (ACA) enrollment hitting 7 million. Pelosi says Democrats who have distanced themselves from the ACA are few but that the majority of democrats are proud of what they have accomplished.
Minority Leader and former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says in an exclusive interview with CNN’s Candy Crowley that she’s developed a “very thick skin” to combat negativity in the media and to deflect political opponents. Even as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laments of a media double standard for powerful female politicians verses their male counterparts, Pelosi says although the landscape is changing, she’s never expected anything else except a double standard.
From Pelosi’s placing of responsibility for the CIA’s questionable “enhanced interrogation techniques” with former Vice President Dick Cheney to her stance on the recent Supreme Court decision on political donations, tune in to CNN on Sunday at 9am and 12pm for the full interview.
Here’s a sneak peek of our one on one with Nancy Pelosi only on State of the Union.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says Hillary Clinton would be one of the best-prepared incoming presidents if she decided to run in 2016.
"I know that if she does, she will win and when she becomes president, she'll be one of the best equipped, best prepared people to enter the White House in a very long time. She is, by dint of her experience as a senator, as secretary of State, as a first lady herself, with participating the way she did, we certainly - with all due respect to our president - and I think he's magnificent and wonderful and a blessing to us, but certainly more prepared than President Obama; certainly more prepared than President Bush; certainly more prepared than President Clinton I might admit."
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on the situation in Syria.